Eight Signs that Your Body Craves Sex

Having sex on a more or less regular basis can make your skin appear brighter, improve blemishes, open your pores, and release toxins.

Your physiological and sexual needs can be observed in your body through a set of symptoms that reflect your desires for sexual contact and exciting new experiences.

The lack of sex has physical and emotional effects, regardless of whether or not you are aware of them. This basic human need is much deeper than the pleasure it generates, because it also plays an important role in your health and well being.

For a variety of reasons, some people try to repress their sexual desire and are self-conscious of it; in the meantime, others find it easy to express themselves and don’t hesitate to take advantage of an exciting new experience when given the opportunity.

Regardless of which type of person you are, if a long time passes without sexual activity, your desires become evident thanks to a set of behaviors or signals.

List of Signs that Your Body Craves Sex

1. Lack of sleep

1 insomnia
Have you had trouble sleeping lately? Having sex stimulates the secretion of a hormone known as oxytocin, which is important for getting good sleep.

When a person doesn’t engage in sexual activity for a long time, difficulty sleeping can arise as a result.

2. Irritability and stress

2 bad attitude
Wild mood swings and ups and downs, particularly at work and among friends, is likely a sign that your body craves sex.

Obviously this isn’t the only reason you might be experiencing stress or moodiness. But if it’s been weeks or months since your last sexual encounter, you run a higher risk of experiencing negative emotions like irritability, pessimism, and abrupt changes in your attitude.

It’s important to realize that sex helps contribute to a better mood, and while you might try to ignore it, this is a physical and emotional need that can’t be suppressed.

3. Increased fantasies

3 fantasies
To some degree, everyone has fantasies or dreams of sex; usually they occur at night or as a result of some kind of stimulus.

But when such fantasies become more frequent or appear at various times of the day, it’s a clear sign that your body craves sex and more sexual activity.

4. Your skin loses its luster

It might be counterintuitive to think that sex can improve the appearance of your skin, but it’s true. When you have sex often, your pores open up and release impurities that otherwise might cause blemishes.

Obviously there are cosmetic treatments for this, but just like any other physical activity, having sex helps eliminate toxins through sweat and increased blood flow.

If you notice that your face has lost some of its natural shine and you’re experiencing more pimples or acne than normal, it could mean your body craves sex.

5. You become less social

5 antisocial
Not having sexual experiences can even lead to social isolation. This is because your body is producing fewer endorphins, hormones that promote better mood and the desire to be around other people.

6. Physical discomfort

6 headaches
Feeling more pain than usual? Not having sex results in a decreased production of serotonin and endorphins – the “happy hormones” that are known for reducing levels of pain.

7. Insecurity

7 insecurity
Odds are that when you stop having sex, you might begin to feel uncertain about yourself and everything you do.

Sex is an activity that improves self-esteem, allowing both men and women to feel desired and cared for.

When you don’t have this experience it causes personal dissatisfaction, which can lead to depression, anxiety, and difficulty in making decisions.

8. That dangerous feeling of loneliness

8 loneliness
Be careful! When you feel lonely you’re more likely to make bad decisions, particularly when it comes to sex.

If it’s been a long time since you engaged in any sexual activity, your lonely feelings might override your better judgment and any of the following can happen:

  • You decide to call or get back together with a former partner
  • You try having sex with someone close to you – a male (or female) friend, or a coworker
  • You wind up having casual sex with a stranger you meet at a party or bar, particularly after having a few drinks.

These could be bad decisions with potentially negative consequences, although that isn’t always the case.

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